This guy is definitely a Who to Follow person. His name is Ethan Robinett. He has posted loads of notes on advanced proofs in the last few days. I definitely recommend following him.

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@Sharky Kesa
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Ya, he's awesome. (although I don't understand his notes cuz I don't know calculus too much. :P) The 'Who to Follow' page should be regularly shuffled, maybe weekly or monthly. @Suyeon Khim@Peter Taylor

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Good idea. For now, I'll compile most of them into a set titled "calculus." As I write more on each individual topic (differential equations, various integrals, polynomials, analysis, etc.) I'll create individual sets for these. Thanks!

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Thanks man, appreciate it

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You deserve it.

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@Suyeon Khim @Peter Taylor

Ya, he's awesome. (although I don't understand his notes cuz I don't know calculus too much. :P) The 'Who to Follow' page should be regularly shuffled, maybe weekly or monthly.Log in to reply

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Can you compile some of your notes into a set, preferably based on a topic? I would like to share that out. Thanks!

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Yea, I wanted to write something like this about Ethan.You beat me to it.

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Beat you by almost 6 days.

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Ok, thanks for telling! :)

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